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A mysterious man trudges into town dragging a mud-stained coffin behind him. This man is Django (Franco Nero). After he saves Maria (Loredana Nusciak) from certain death, Django finds himself in the middle of a war between Mexican revolutionaries and a band of sadistic racists led by the fanatical Major Jackson (Eduardo Fajardo). In the face of overwhelming odds, Django has a plan: to exact revenge while pitting enemy against enemy. Featuring the addictively catchy title song performed by Rocky Roberts, "DJANGO" made an international star of Franco Nero, and along with Leone's… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 92%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Sergio Corbucci's Django is trapped between two states (literally Texas and Mexico, more metaphorically life and death) even as he brings a new (a)morality and sadism to a gunslinging figure of old America."
‑ Anton Bitel, Little White Lies
"[VIDEO ESSAY] With an emphasis on gory brutality, Corbucci introduced a blood-soaked drifter closely modeled after Clint Eastwood's iconic character from Leone's films, but with one clear difference - Django drags a coffin with him everywhere he goes."
‑ Cole Smithey,
"It's a simple story, but it sticks with you because of what it says about humanity shackled by the structures it built: government, religion, commerce."
‑ Rob Gonsalves,
"One of the greatest of all Spaghetti Westerns."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, San Francisco Examiner
"Sergio Corbucci's film is notable not only for the artistry of its construction, but also for the underlying anger that fuels its political agenda."
‑ Budd Wilkins, Slant Magazine
"When Tarantino's bulging eyes first laid eyes on can understand his affection for the film's memorable iconography - the dragged coffin, the hand crushed by a rifle butt; stylisation that made a two dime plot more colourful, more memorable."
‑ Ed Whitfield, What Culture
"I found it to be a wonderful junk film to nosh on between more nutritious films, if you may."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Flavorful enough to convince us that its multitude of sequels was no fluke."
‑ Kelly Vance, East Bay Express
"Django is a mean, unpretentious genre wallow."
‑ Bryant Frazer, Film Freak Central
"Click to read review"
‑ Michael Dequina,
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